Brian A. Schuk focuses his practice mainly on landlord-tenant law, representing both landlords and tenants. After being a partner of Wassel, Harvey & Schuk, LLP for 12 years, Mr. Schuk opened his own law firm, Schuk Law, LLC, in June of 2017. He continues to offer experienced and effective representation to businesses and individuals by assisting with negotiating and drafting leases, evictions, and damages/security deposit disputes. Attorney Schuk is also familiar with HUD and Rural Development rules and regulations. In his numerous years of experience, he has earned himself a highly respected reputation in the State for his vast knowledge of the landlord-tenant law.
Attorney Schuk has participated in numerous speaking engagements for Sterling Education Services (SES), Wisconsin State Bar's Pinnacle, and for local associations and groups. In May 2017, he was program chair for Pinnacle's webinar, From Evictions to Damages, which included a panel discussion with local commissioners and a circuit court judge. He also is an adjunct professor at both UW-Madison Law School and Marquette University Law School.
Mr. Schuk also shares his vast of landlord-tenant law knowledge through various writing projects. In 2016, he was asked to write a featured article for the State Bar of Wisconsin's Inside Track. The article, New Law Gives Landlords More Tools to Remove Problem Tenants, discussed the changes to landlord-tenant law created by 2015 Wisconsin Act 176. More recently, Attorney Schuk was asked to contribute to the State Bar of Wisconsin's upcoming book, Wisconsin Landlord/Tenant Manual, for Books Unbound.
In addition, Brian represents clients in both commercial and residential real estate, probate administration and estate planning. He is an active member in good standing of the State Bar of Wisconsin, and is a former President of the Walworth County Bar Association. Mr. Schuk received his undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, and his J.D
- Marquette University Law School
- J.D. (2001)
- New Law Gives Landlords More Tools to Remove Problem Tenants
- State Bar of Wisconsin
- State Bar of Wisconsin # 1035097
- Walworth County Bar Association
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- Activities: Past President
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- Landlord Tenant
- Real Estate Law
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- Municipal Law